Articles about Tire Pressure

This is kind of important
When it comes to tires and tire pressure, the usual advice is to go with what the car manufacturer recommends. This is for regular driving on roads, though, and if you drive out on an off-road adventure with friends with your
Are you willing to spend the extra penny for added safety?
Of all the modern tech that carmakers equip their products with these days, there's one that's proven to be quite useful: tire pressure monitoring systems (TPMS). While it's not necessarily the make-or-break feature for car buyers, it'
It’s a relatively simple task
When it comes to safety, a car's tires are arguably one of its most important components. These pieces of rubber are, after all, are a big part of what's keeping you and your speeding 1,000kg subcompact sedan firmly planted
Never be without one
In this day and age may not make sense to still keep a tire pressure gauge. Any decent gasoline station already has one built into the air pump. A good gas station will have one that is properly calibrated. However, keeping a
Avoid premature tire wear, accidents
Let's admit it, tire pressure is not exactly the most exciting part of motorcycle maintenance. How much air is in your tires doesn't sound nearly as cool as how many compounds are in them or what fancy technology they use.
Avoid these
One of the most important things to monitor on your car is how it rides. The system of parts that manages this is called the suspension. This is what keeps your tires on the road, and naturally, your suspension's parts can
Avoid these pitfalls
We've said it before and we'll say it over and over until flying cars are a thing: Don't take your tires for granted. The rubber bits underneath your car are what separate you from the asphalt, so you should
Should I add more air?
Hello, sir. I just bought a Toyota Vios, but the left front tire seemed soft so I added more air. The user manual says tire pressure should be 33psi up front and 30psi at the rear. I had them all checked and
Their importance cannot be overstated
Your tires take more of a beating than you think. The roads you drive on a daily basis aren't exactly friendly to your car's rubber, thanks to myriad road imperfections such as debris from roadside construction and vehicular accidents. Fighting
Stay calm and follow procedure
It was the summer of '99-which tells you how old tito Andy is-and my friends and I were speeding home on the highway after a weekend at the beach. It had been a real life The Hangover, and I was
A guide to maintaining your ride
Owning your first new car is an exciting rite of passage. The new car smell, the thrill of washing it on your own (for the first few days, at least), the humble bragging on social media, and yes, the convenience of having
Watch 5 entertaining videos
If you're viewing this on a mobile device and can't see the video, please click here.Four things every driver should know about tire pressure. It goes without saying that tire pressure is a major factor when it comes to
Better be safe than flat
Tires shouldn't be complicated. It doesn't take a mechanic to figure out when your vehicle is in need of a proper tire replacement. It's more a matter of not taking your tires for granted-you've got to keep
Still not available, though
Unveiled only in September, Goodyear's self-inflating tire has been named by Time magazine as one of the "Best Inventions of 2012."Known as Air Maintenance Technology, the system behind the self-inflating tire works when it detects that the tire-
Still not for sale though
In August 2011, Goodyear revealed that it was developing a self-inflating tire that was essentially a tire with a miniaturized pump inside it that kept it (the tire) inflated to its proper pressure at all times. A little over a year
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I just want to know the difference between Nitro Air and the regular compressor air in a vehicle\'s tires
I just want to know the difference between Nitro Air and the regular compressor air in a vehicle\'s tires. What are the pros and cons between the two? I know Nitro Air is more expensive than regular air. Many thanks!-- Creech (
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